It would be an understatement to say that 2020 dramatically changed the way we work. Many more of us are working from home, technology is playing an increasing role in our lives, and balancing work, life and wellbeing has become a significant challenge.
Where working from home wasn’t an option, safety became the number one priority, creating an urgent need to quickly reassess, build resilience and introduce new compliance metrics to ensure health and wellbeing.
As we adjust to the new normal, there has emerged a need to redesign Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) systems to ensure the boundaries of the ‘workplace’ extend to support changing ways of working and to focus on more than compliance and risk, with experience and health key.
As a driver of productivity and efficiency many organizations are pivoting their focus towards employee experience to encourage best scenario outcomes for their department and their citizens. Public Sector Network’s Workplace Health & Employee Wellbeing for Government virtual event, which brings together WHS and employee experience leaders to share strategies for building a healthy workplace in today’s environment.
Explore best practice approaches to WHS and employee wellbeing that will help your department drive productivity and efficiency
Delve into the trends, tools and priorities shaping next generation workplaces and modern ways of working
Discuss the drivers of employee experience and strategies to encourage this in the ‘new normal’
Learn how to redesign safety management to best support your workforce in 2021 and beyond
Ontario Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development
Canada Revenue Agency
City of Markham
Polar Knowledge Canada
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
The Regional Municipality of York
Rillea Technologies Inc.